Wed, 28 Nov 2012 22:30:00 GMT | By PTI

Facebook post on Raj lands youth in trouble

Kundan Sankhe, president of Thane rural unit of the MNS, claimed the boy had made "vulgar" comments about Raj Thackeray, and the people of Maharashtra, including women


Facebook post on Raj lands youth in trouble (© Reuters)

Mumbai: A teenager was detained for questioning today at Palghar in neighbouring Thane district for posting "vulgar" comments against MNS chief Raj Thackeray and the people of Maharashtra on Facebook, police said.

"We have received a complaint against a person that he posted some objectionable comments against Raj Thackeray on Facebook. We are questioning him as we do not want to repeat the same mistakes committed a few days ago," an officer at Palghar police station told PTI, speaking on condition of anonymity. The boy has not been charged and police have sought legal opinion, he said.

Meanwhile, Kundan Sankhe, president of Thane rural unit of the MNS, has claimed the boy had made "vulgar" comments about Raj Thackeray, and the people of Maharashtra, including women.

"Our Thane rural district MNS student wing president Bhavish complained to police and asked them to investigate the matter. Police are questioning that person," he said.

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